International Standards Organization

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International Standards Organization, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

A body which promotes the development of world-wide standards and which publishes such standards.
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Tarpon has always made quality a top priority, and I am pleased that the International Standards Organization has awarded us the ISO 9001:2000 certification," said James W.
She is an active member of the German standardization committees for the examination of water, wastewater and sludge as well as of the Technical Committee 147 Water Quality of the International Standards Organization ISO.
This certification will serve to assure customers, including those within the government sector, that Astaro's systems and processes have been successfully tested by an independent and accredited evaluation laboratory, and conform to IT security standards sanctioned by the International Standards Organization.
Bio/Data Corporation ("Bio/Data"), Horsham-based developer, manufacturer, seller and distributor of hemostasis products, announced it has received a second International Standards Organization ("ISO") registration.
During the past year, nearly 50 countries have begun implementing the ePassport, which was developed collaboratively between ICAO and the International Standards Organization (ISO).
DALLAS -- "The International Standards Organization and the International Electrotechnical Commission recently published its software asset management standard: ISO / IEC 17990-1.

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